How many of you have worked jobs that they claim illegals will only work?

I have worked on farms, worked bars, call centers, motels etc... How many of you have worked jobs that pro-illegals claim Americans won't do? I have been on here for years and one thing I have read is that most anti-illegals are the ones who have done manual labor while you never read pro-illegals doing any manual labor, is this a reason why they are pro-illegal? Are these the lazy Americans we keep hearing them talk about?

Asked By: - 12/29/2011
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I too have worked many jobs that paid little for the the sweat of my labors. Garbageman, u.c. at Pic N Save, field worker, truck driver, factories, landscaper, gleaner, dairy farm, chicken and mink farms as a few... More
Answered By: Chief Whachusa - 12/29/2011
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Saying Ameicans are too lazy to work these jobs is complete BS. Corporations and farms just want cheap labor.
Answered By: Creech - 12/29/2011
Most of us have. US citizens had those jobs before the sleazy illegals came in and took over... More
Answered By: Annie - 12/29/2011
The fact is that we had an open border with Mexico for several centuries... More
Answered By: Wharf Ratt - 12/29/2011
I have more than once.
Answered By: mizzshopper2 - 12/29/2011
there are no jobs that only illegals will do. we'll do all jobs, like we were before they came, as long as they pay enough.
Answered By: ALL ABOUT LOS ANGELES - 12/29/2011
My brother loved working vinyards in California Wine Country of Sonoma Valley. They stopped hiring Americans and hire only illegals now. They pay less than minimum wage and the illegals brought in the gangs. The crime rate has skyrocketed. It's a sad situation indeed-vintners claim its strictly business.
Answered By: Miss Demeanor - 12/29/2011
Americans did these jobs. Only when farmers say they could get illegals to work for lower wages, illegals have no concept of OSHA laws, they work for slave wages, the farmers exploits the illegals and all activists can say is how hardworking the fine upstanding illegals are.Any business that needs criminals to stay in... More
Answered By: Maricopa County - 12/29/2011
There are no jobs Americans won't do, just wages they won't accept. I worked as a fry girl in a restaurant when I was in High School. Kitchen workers have been replaced with illegals because they work more hours and the restaurant doesn't have to comply with labor laws... More
Answered By: Suze - 12/30/2011
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